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like jehovah. no god like jehovah. he says to moses, my name is lord. my name is lord god, almighty. the bible says that his hands are power and mite, so that none can withstand him. he's lord over the circumstances of your life this moment. he's lord over your home. he's lord over your job. he's lord over your family. he's lord over your finances. there is no god like jehovah. he said, i am that i am that i am. he's not the god of the past. he didn't say "i was or i used to be." he didn't say "i'm the god of the future." he said, "i am that i am that i am." he wants to step into the now of your moment. the now of your home. the now of your job. the now of your family. the now of your finances. praise, god. there's no god like jehovah and he's your god and he's my god. and we worship him in this place tonight. hallelujah, praise the lord. what an incredible presence of the lord is here with us in this place tonight. and once again, i encourage you, open your spirit. worship the lord with us in your home. invite his presence to come. begin to speak his words over your life. there's p
and everything i do for you will reward me. why? because he's your jehovah. it doesn't come from an employer or government. it comes from him. he's your total source of supply. whatever your occupation is right now, there at your home, whatever you're facing or going through or whatever god has you doing right now, do with all of your mite, do it to the lord and say, i'm going to be the best employee that my employer has ever had. and let god anoint you to be the best. and do your best. and cultivate your gift and your talent. it's not your destination. it is a journey to where god will take you. the occupational blessing is upon you. i have a driver that drives me to the airport when i fly out to speak all over the world. the reason i did this, i've got to make a confession. when i got a ticket going to the airport at 110 miles an hour i thought i better got somebody to drive me to the airport. the only reason being, because i was late. i couldn't miss my flight and the officer was so nice, i said just give me a warning because you're holding me up. he said, dr. kuntz, you were going too fa
. they tended not so much to be the salvation army that the jehovah's witnesses who also cause a lot of trouble. >> host: what was one of those cases? walk us through. >> guest: well, very interesting case called cantwell against connecticut involved a group of witnesses who had gone into the catholic neighborhood in new haven on a sunday morning and began playing anti-catholic records on portable phonographs and distributing literature. they were arrested for disturbing the peace and preaching without a permit, and appeal their case all the way to the supreme court. which said that because connecticut said well, individual city administrators would decide what a valid program was for religious organizations and would allow them or not onto the streets, they said that allows too much discretion by the state government, and they applied for the first time part of that first amendment the free exercise clause against the state of connecticut and overturn their law that allowed city officials to license are or not as they saw fit. >> host: into that lead to any nationwide movements or was it a wel
's your jehovah. it doesn't come from an employer or government. it comes from him. he's your total source of supply. whatever your occupation is right now, there at your home, whatever you're facing or going through or whatever god has you doing right now, do with all of your mite, do it to the lord and say, i'm going to be the best employee that my employer has ever had. and let god anoint you to be the best. and do your best. and cultivate your gift and your talent. it's not your destination. it is a journey to where god will take you. the occupational blessing is upon you. i have a driver that drives me to the airport when i fly out to speak all over the world. the reason i did this, i've got to make a confession. when i got a ticket going to the airport at 110 miles an hour i thought i better got somebody to drive me to the airport. the only reason being, because i was late. i couldn't miss my flight and the officer was so nice, i said just give me a warning because you're holding me up. he said, dr. kuntz, you were going too fast i can't do that. so i decided to intervene personally
of the coming death, burial and resurrection of israel's messiah. "he was the priest of (jehovah? no it doesn't say that? but what?) the most high god." now we have to realize there is only one god in scripture but there are many names for him and that confuses people. but you see, we have all these different names of god to signify a particular role in his being god. in his attributes. and so for example, when abraham was going to sacrifice isaac and god withheld him. what was in the thicket behind him? well, the ram! who put it there? god did! and i always emphasize, you see, that ram was a wild ram. he was already three days journey from where he lived, so it was not a household pet like somebody tried to tell me one time. he was three days journey from home, so that ram in the thicket was not the family pet, it was a wild one. but, did abraham and isaac have any trouble getting that animal on the altar? none. why? it was provided and it was docile. and it was a willing sacrifice. they didn't have to struggle with it and consequently what did abraham call the place? jehovah-jireh which sim
president now. >> i do not vote. i got no dog in that race. tavis: why? >> i am one of jehovah's witnesses and we have never voted. that is not to say i do not think that president obama is a very smart individual. he means well. prophecy is what we all have to go by now. i did a sold-out concert in london. we played 21 nights in a row and all the concerts were sold out. when i would watch television over there and you would see the united nations feed, the direct feed from the united nations, you would hear them talk about religion. you would hear the bible mentioned constantly. this is not what we're used to in the united states. it is almost as though there is no need for god, no need for religion and justice in politics, so there is supposed to be a separation of church and state over here. we can't have a separation of state and morality. songs like "dreamer," it is the same thing. tavis: it is a rare thing to hear prince open up on those visits. we have been grateful for those visits. we leave you with another memorable moment in 2004. he wanted to reunite with former revolution band
be livid. once she asked me to ride on the bus with her to pray. >> oh, jehovah god. brett's objection was so intense for the good of order, i followed the bus in my personal vehicle. on one occasion, she whispered if you don't get off the bus -- another time, her personal assistant told me peter michelle does not you to leave please pray for us. >> we are in the last days. your jehovah god. >> stephanie: brett held her capitallive day after day during a 99 county tour. by the end, she was broken mentally and emotionally and slept in her private cabin. i don't know if she ever recovered. the campaign made her crazy. most presidential candidates have strong personalities. not mrs. bachmann. she was for all intents and purposes messmer rise by brett o'donnell. enough to keep her from the conjugal bed with marcus? >> wow! >> any relations to christine mcdonnell? >> who? >> stephanie: i don't know. what do i see in my peripheral vision? what's that heavy breathing i hear? why, could it be? ♪ the humpty dance ♪ >> hump days with hal sparks. >> yes, yes! >> stephanie: oh, god! >> hi. >>
country are our faults. make way for democracy, and we saved it in france, and by the great jehovah, we will save nit the united states of america or know the reason why. but it wasn't until world war ii that du bois's imperative would become fully realized, because afric african-american like the tuskegee airmen and the first african-american nurses who j n joined the black nurses corps served with distinction in the war and the sense that their mi military sacrifice could not coexist with the second-class citizenship is the spark that helped ignite the civil rights movement. and history provides again and again examples of people who found citizenship through military service. european immigrants who became american through their inclusion in the american armed services. young people who went to vietnam and came home to earn the right to the vote for those ages 18-2 1 18-21. and members of the lgbt community reminding nause the right to love and live openly cannot be divorced from the right to fight and die in the same way. today, america's women who've won the right to serve equally
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